Nutritional Development Services Delivers Easter Baskets

April 11th, 2022|Comments Off on Nutritional Development Services Delivers Easter Baskets

Food Pantry Delivers Easter Baskets David Stier, Assistant Director, Community Relations, and other staffers from Nutritional Development Services (NDS),  don't typically shop for jellybeans and Easter baskets when stocking an agency food pantry. But this

School Social Workers: Making a Difference at Little Flower

April 5th, 2022|Comments Off on School Social Workers: Making a Difference at Little Flower

School social workers make a difference every day of the school year. From helping students navigate the difficult high school social landscape to providing families with needed services, these heroes are vitally important.  Catholic Social

Foster Care Parents Shortage in Philadelphia

April 4th, 2022|Comments Off on Foster Care Parents Shortage in Philadelphia

Foster Care Shortage in Philadelphia On an evening in March, a director from Catholic Social Services answered eight calls at his home from the Department of Human Services. Earlier that week, he answered five calls

Afghan Refugee Welcome Luncheon

March 17th, 2022|Comments Off on Afghan Refugee Welcome Luncheon

Catholic Social Services Hosts Afghan Refugee Welcome Luncheon in Philadelphia Catholic Social Services will host an Afghan refugee welcome luncheon on Saturday, March 19 through its Afghan Placement and Assistance Program. Around 125 guests will

Catholic Social Services Take Back the Month Campaign

February 23rd, 2022|Comments Off on Catholic Social Services Take Back the Month Campaign

Villa Joseph Student, Abigail G., drops off supplies at Mercy Hospice. Catholic Social Services, of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, sponsors an ongoing donation campaign called “Take Back the Month” to provide personal care

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Foster Parents Needed in Philadelphia

February 14th, 2022|Comments Off on Foster Parents Needed in Philadelphia

Foster parents are needed in Pennsylvania. Between 13,000 and 15,000 children in our state are in the foster care system.  Over 8,000 of these children are over 13 years old.  It is even worse in